[Freedombox-discuss] Patch: Freedom-Maker support for Lamobo R1

Sunil Mohan Adapa sunil at medhas.org
Wed May 22 18:57:14 BST 2019

On 21/05/19 3:49 pm, Florian Boor wrote:
> Hi,
> Am 19.05.19 um 03:56 schrieb Sunil Mohan Adapa:
>> Thanks you for the patch! It looks good to me. We can merge as soon as
>> we have a successful test report.
> any volunteers out there? :-)
> Is there some formal test one should perform?

There is no formal test. Here is what we have been doing:

- Build the image, ensure that there not error during the build.

- Boot the image, ensure that there no errors during the boot process
(boot log and journal).

- Reach FreedomBox web interface, complete the wizard and install at
least one app.

- Recently and optionally, we starting doing network bandwidth test
using iperf3 -c <server> and iperf3 -c <server> -R (server is started
with iperf3 -s) and ensure that we have usable network bandwidth.

- Special check for Lamobo R1, please check that WAN port are configured
as firewall zone: external and LAN ports are configured as firewall
zone: internal. This can be checked in System -> Networks

I suppose you have done most of this already. So, if you could report on
the remaining, we could merge.

>> The UUID above looks corrupted somehow. Could you please check the
> Yes right... I just checked fstab and the UUIDs and everything looks fine. Wrote
> the image to a SD card again and now it seems to work. Maybe the SD card was bad
> or I did something stupid...

Another small possibility is that the board is under-powered due to
improperly rated power supply or poor quality power supply or too many
USB devices connected to the board. I had a situation like this once
with poor power supply where reading SD card would show I/O errors and
usually end up with kernel panics during or some time after boot. If the
board works stably for a while and for multiple boots, we can rule this
out perhaps.



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